The Windows dev team has had just about enough of this ransomware nonsense.
Petya/NotPetya isn’t ransomware. It’s something far more sinister & destructive.
Petya/NotPetya used a frighteningly novel approach to infect vulnerable systems.
UPDATED: Posteo’s good intentions screw every one of the ransomware’s victims.
The probable home country of the WannaCry worm was also the hardest-hit.
GulchCast returns tonight talking all the latest from the tech and science sector! Ransomware is creating headaches around the world, we’ll talk about the latest shenanigans hostage-taking hackers are up to. There’s two very different stories about bitcoin miners being prosecuted, we’ll compare the two. Martin “Pharma Bro” Shkreli is tired of being the pharmaceutical industry’s scapegoat. But it’s not all bad news, as incoming Defense Secretary Mattis is looking for an exit strategy from the F-35, and an Ars Technica editor makes a scammer pay with his sanity. All this and more, tonight on GulchCast!
Hackers infected 70% of DC’s security camera DVRs with ransomware.
If one GOP lawmaker has his way, South Carolina will soon be getting into the ransomware business.
San Francisco MTA’s Muni Metro ran for free after ransomware locked its payment & email systems.